What Art Is

What Art Is

The Esthetic Theory of Ayn Rand

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Cultural icon Ayn Rand (1905-1982) was known as much for her philosophy as for her fiction. Her original theory of esthetics, which attacks many "masterpieces" of modernist art, is as combative and controversial as any of her work, but until now has received little serious scrutiny. In What Art Is, the authors demonstrate that Rand's ideas are supported by evidence from other academic fields.
Publisher: Chicago : Open Court, c2000.
ISBN: 9780812693737
Branch Call Number: 111.85092 Rand-T
Characteristics: xvi, 523 p.
Additional Contributors: Kamhi, Michelle Marder
Alternative Title: Esthetic theory of Ayn Rand


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